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 2017 Spring Sports Schedules


Thursday, March 2: JH Girls basketball vs. Skyline—Gila River, 4 p.m.


Weekly Recap (week ending 2/25)

HS Wrestling: The Ba’ag wrestling club had its annual Battle for the Nest “grudge match” with Tohono O’Odham wrestlers down south this past Saturday. The annual dual meet is a father vs. son competition (Na Humma’s father is the head varsity wrestling coach at T.O.) and is a points-based contest with wrestlers lining up at each level of weight classes to wrestle and accumulate points for their teams. Points are awarded for victories, pins, etc., and this year Salt River regains the title after hosting it for two years and T.O. winning it last season. That marks a 3-1 record for Na Humma and the Salt River Eagles. Next year, as tradition dictates, Na Humma and the winning team will host the annual dual meet at the end of the traditional wrestling season. Below is a list of the Battle of the Nest Results:

Salt River HS @ Tohono O` Odham HS on 02/25/2017.

Salt River HS (SRH) 36.00 Tohono O` Odham HS (TOOH) 24.00

106: Double Forfeit 113: Aaron Lee Marinez (TOOH) over   (SRH) (For.) 120: Double Forfeit 126: Double Forfeit 132: Destiny Robles (TOOH) over   (SRH) (For.) 138: Double Forfeit 145: Michael Francisco (TOOH) over Alex Enas (SRH) (Fall 0:00) 152: Nazhonii Leos (SRH) over   (TOOH) (For.) 160: Joaquin Suniga (SRH) over   (TOOH) (For.) 170: Julia Gutierrez (SRH) over   (TOOH) (For.) 182: Denton Miguel (SRH) over   (TOOH) (For.) 195: Double Forfeit 220: Andre Enas (SRH) over   (TOOH) (For.) 285: Jason James Jr. (SRH) over Dylon Luna (TOOH) (Fall 0:00) (TOOH Forfeit at 106 6.00)


You can find more details about this match-up using this link.

Weekly Recap (week ending 2/18)

It was a bittersweet final weekend for the Lady Eagles girls basketball program as both the varsity and JV girls played admirably and yet lost in very close semi-final round games of the CAA State Basketball tournament, just one game before the championships.

The varsity girls team ended up with 17 wins and 3 losses on the season and will return everybody from the roster for next year. The JV girls found an 8-game winning streak on the season before losing on Saturday and  junior April Wahpeta was selected to play in the CAA JV All-Star game 2/21 at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Over the weekend there were many staff, family and fans in attendance at the games, including appearances from Mr. Arellano dressed as “Sammy the  Eagle.” Overall and together Salt River High School was represented well for which we all can be proud. 





Upcoming Events

Salt River High School Gourd Project!

Salt River Schools students & families are invited to join us and learn this fascinating traditional art form! Each participant will be given a gourd to decorate.

  • First Session: We’ll design our gourds using wood burn technique or paint.
  • Second Session: We’ll stain and polish our finished pieces!

Join us for both sessions:

February 28 & March 7

4-6 p.m.

We’ll meet in the Salt River High School Parent Resource Room. Please RSVP so we have enough materials for all participants! Please email your RSVP to or call 480-362-2000.  --------------------------------


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